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Newsletter 69 - Mar 1988

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
2 Obituary: Dorothy Haggar
3 Lecture Meeting: Islamic Wares
5 A Jew with His Box of Toys Peter Bradshaw
7 William Stubbs of Hanley Malcolm Nixon
9 Useful, Ornamental or Plaything? Maurice Milbourn
12 Pottery Prints in the Print Room of the Victoria and Albert Museum K.David Richardson
14 Unhandled Cups Harold Blakey
15 Lecture Meeting: The Demon Alcohol
17 Beckett's Progress Diana Darlington
18 A Turner Pearlware Teapot or Punchpot John W.Bentley
21 Pearlware with 'Pratt' Colour Borders Rodney Hampson
22 Becketts and Bulb Pots Rodney Hampson
23 Monkey Business Harold Blakey
25 Three Military Commemorative Pieces Nancy Gunson
30 A New Hall View of Pinxton John W.Bentley
33 Bulkeley (not Beckett) & Bent T.A.Lockett, Rodney Hampson
35 Letters to the Editor
37 One for the Pot
39 Book Reviews
41 Exhibitions
42 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
43 Society Publications
43 News of Other Societies
44 Future Programme
45 Annual General Meeting : Agenda